I cook well, I'm happy, and enjoy my house plants and patio garden. This week I've been rebuilding my mom's 4 wood dining chairs with new wood joints. I'll be helping a friend rebuild his patio in a few weeks.
At the bar I'm comfortable talking with anyone that sits near me. But if an attractive woman eyes me from a nearby table of people, I'm usually too shy to approach them.
Working full time. Currently purchase admin. I finished a graduate certificate in geographic information systems in 2014 but didn't find work doing it.
Looking for a happy, kind, and adventurous woman. Someone that shares a cheerful curiosity of the world and the confidence to venture out to feed that curiosity. I think I'd like to meet someone that wears tshirts at least as often as anything else. But maybe that's just silly? Someone liberal that makes conscious efforts to make the world a better place in their decisions, purchases, and especially during elections. But someone that also maintains critical thought and doesn't buy into every popular fad without doing their homework first.
witty banter and intense in depth conversation.
discovering things to feed my curiosity and hedonistic desire for fun.
being honest, direct, non-judgmental, allowing others to open up.
I love hearing about people's desires and experiences.
I find no subject taboo and love the dirty details.
Funky raw rock, dirty deep bass electronica, elegant sensual vocals, acoustic guitars, and gypsy/bohemian music all does it for me. I do not like rap or aggressive hip-hop at all though.
Symmetry. (Seriously, I love symmetry!)
Lush house plants & my bedroom patio lily garden fragrance.
Vibrant music to meet the mood.
Exciting extroverted confident people.
Something to look forward to.
I would like to have mutual attachment to someone that I wouldn't want to do without.
I prefer people with a mature pallette that have learned to appreciate all common foods even if they abstain for one reason or another.
I cringe on the inside when I hear suburbanites say they 'hate driving downtown' or how 'bad the traffic is around the city', even though urban density reduces traffic and their choice of suburban living is actually the problem.
I find a scientific and logical mind much more alluring than one full of fairy dust, spirituality, or especially religion. This isn't to say I don't love a good costumed dance party.
I seek out those that laugh easily, play like kids, and party to excess.
When I lived in larger cities this seemed common. In Portland this has proved a lot to ask from one person. Perhaps I am just fantasizing...
If you look and act like Aeryn Sun let's get married already!